We get an overhead shot of Hurley and Kate digging the graves. Michael strolls up and watches them for a moment, before climbing down into a grave and grabbing one of those hollowed-out trees that have been fashioned into a kind of shovel. He asks Kate if Jack's filled her in on the plan. Kate's all, "what plan?" Michael says they're leaving first thing tomorrow, back across the island to their camp. Kate says, "That's a great plan, Michael. That's fucking ingenious, if I understand it correctly. That's a Swiss fucking watch."
Michael asks Hurley if he's coming with them. Hurley sadly asks why he'd want to go. Because they killed Libby, duh, is Michael's response, and Kate wants Michael to lay off, but Michael won't, and asks Hurley again. "I'm sorry about Walt, dude. But I'm not coming," says Hurley. "You're sorry about --!" starts an angry Michael, but a sharp word from Kate shuts him up. Hurley glares at him, and the three of them silently continue digging.
Three days ago. Nighttime in the Others' village. Michael's inside a hut, looking the worse for having spent a week and a half as a prisoner of this bunch. Miss Klugh enters the door, and chirpily tells him that it's dinnertime, and she's carrying a package wrapped in a big tropical leaf. An exhausted Michael asks when they're going to kill him. She doesn't answer him. And in case they hadn't really considered killing him, Michael starts making a pretty good case for his execution, mainly that he's seen where they live and knows how to get there. "You have been asking me questions I don't know the answer to for a week. I don't even think my son is alive," he says. Klugh says Walt is alive, and is fact standing outside right now. "What, do you think Im stupid?" asks Michael. Klugh discreetly doesn't answer that question, but says there's been a development since Michael came to the camp (like Michael's just visiting): "One of our people was captured by yours." Michael wearily says they should just go get him back. "We can't do that. But you can. And if you do, we'll let you and Walt go free," she says. Michael looks at her and says he wants to see his son. Klugh hesitates, so Michael turns his yelliness up to eleven and starts shouting that he wants to see Walt, and if Walt is out there to bring him in. Bring him in here right now!